We have a storm system moving through the Great Lakes region with a warm front draped across our area slowly moving to the north-east , north of this warm front are clouds, fog mist and temperatures in the 40s, south of this front there are showers, some isolated thunderstorms just offshore impacting Long Island, fog and drizzle with temps in the 50s and 60s.
Here is the current radar, the warm frontal rains that came through the last few days are now north of the area, and the cold front to the west is slowly approaching. For the rest of the day, what you see is what you get, with fog and drizzle along with a Southerly breeze with rising temperatures into the 50s and low 60s
Late afternoon into This evening , the rain with the cold front will come through and last through midnight to 2 am , the rain will become steady.
On top of the 1/2 an inch to 1.5 inches that everyone saw, another 1/4 to 1/2 inch is expected, locally higher in thunderstorms. The good news is though, that is this the last day of raw and rainy conditions for a little bit
Once the cold front crosses we will dry out and clear up by the early morning hours, temperatures tomorrow will be much colder and wont rise much if at all from tonight’s lows ( low to mid 40s) and lows in the mid 20s to low 30s are expected tomorrow night
This chilly yet not too cold air mass will remain in place through the weekend, slowly moderating through Friday , with highs in the upper 30s NE PA to mid to upper 40s along the coast, lows in the mid 20s NE PA to low to mid 30s along the coast , some areas could hit 50 by the time Friday comes around
Yet another storm system will approach this weekend, likely Saturday night and Sunday, a storm track into the Great Lakes is most likely again , it could be a Miller B-type set u[p where the low transfers its energy to the coast and redevelop just off the coast, but I don’t think it will make too much of a difference, as I expect this to be an all rain event regardless, another storm to track this week , the pattern is clearly changing as you can see it’s getting quite active, which is something we havent seen much of this year (besides Hurricane Sandy).